|Movement Museum: December 1st, 2011 Episode - Movement Museum|
Involving Involved Hello dance lovers, We had a full studio for the December 1st show with Sasha Kleinplatz, Adriana Disman, Simon Portigal and Chad Dembski, all of whom were involved in the lastest studio 303 production "Involved." Sasha and Andrew Tay are the team behind Montreal's Wants & Needs danse, and curated this evening dedicated to pieces which involve audience participation. Adriana, Simon and Chad all contributed to the evening's lineup...
Keywords: Movement museum; ckut; involved; studio 303; Allison Burns; Kati Belanger; Karen Fennel; dance; montreal; contemporary; radio
|Queer theatre: breaking those tired old boxes - Kaitlin Prest|
Queer---the category that never wanted to be a category. The piece revolves around three central ideas: theatre as a public conversation, queer as an ideology that subverts binary thinking, and the combination of the two as a method of transforming and redefining social identity. Here we break out the EDGY WOMEN FESTIVAL (hosted by Studio 303 in Montreal) and look at two performers who expand the definition of feminism and womanhood by making art that breaks down those rotting gender dichotomies...
Keywords: feminism; queer; theatre; audiosmut; jess dobkin; karen sherman; edgy women festival; studio 303; montreal
|Movement Museum: January 19th, 2012 Episode - Movement Museum|
Hello Montreal, This week we are fortunate enough to have two interviews in a single hour! For the first half of the show Kati talks to Tedi Tafel about her sight-specific work, and her production of Janvier which is currently showing at Rose de Lima with the help of Studio 303 (tell me more). Tedi also mentions the website where you can learn more about her year long Calendar Project. Kati talks about the brave and groundbreaking Raven Wilkinson for this weeks segment of Dance History...
Keywords: calendar project; january 19; movement museum; ckut; dance; montreal; allison burns; kati belanger; janvier; la elastica; les filles follen; raven wilkinson; rose de lima; Studio 303; Tedi Tafel
|Movement Museum - November 26, 2009|
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, co-hosts Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Allison Elizabeth Burns and Gwen Fisher talk about dance in Montreal. In this show Pierre Paul Savoie's Diasporama, Resistance at Studio 303 and Jose Navas' Compagnie Flak performance of Villanelle and S are reviewed, and there is a brief discussion on teaching (and learning) choreography...
Keywords: Montreal; CKUT; Dance; PPS Danse; Studio 303; Jose Navas; Compagnie Flak; the Secret Swizzles; The Art of Dancing; Soame Jenyns; Ensemble nu:n
|Movement Museum - October 1, 2009|
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal. In this episode Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Gwen Fisher and Rachel Ni Chuinn talk about dance in Montreal. Among the topics are; The Dance Poem of the week which is an untitled poem by an unknown author read by Gwen Fisher, part 6 of an 11 part round table discussion from Circuit Est on Music and Dance with Guy Cools, Daniele Desnoyers, Matteo Fargion, Louis Dufort, Jose Navas and Fabienne Cabado...
Keywords: Montreal; CKUT; Dance; Circuit Est; Guy Cools; Daniele Desnoyers; Louis Dufort; Matteo Fargion; Jose Navas; Fabienne Cabado; Dance & Poetry; Miriam Ginestier; Studio 303; Cliff Richard
|Movement Museum: March 15th, 2012 Episode - Movement Museum|
Edgy and Artistic Women Dearest MontrÃ©al, Today marks the opening of the 19th annual Edgy Women festival. In honor of this event we talk with three of the talented ladies involved in the festival during our episode. The director of the festival, and of Studio 303, Miriam Ginestier, lets us in on the history of Edgy Women, itâs goals and what to look out for this year. The festival runs from March 15th-April 1st One of the headlining productions, In Succube, was created and is performed by An...
Keywords: Edgy Women; Miriam Ginestier; Succube; Miss Sugarpuss; AndrÃ©ane Leclerc; Holly Gauthier-Frankel; Deborah Dunn; Ben J. Riepe Kopaine; Orlando; Love Death Devil; Studio 303; La Chapelle; Agora; March 15; dance; montreal